Ride2Work Breakfast at Rockingham Hospital

Nadine Radin

Rockingham General Hospital's staff were encouraged to ride to work for National Ride2Work day on the Wednesday 16 October. Cyclists who attended the event were treated to breakfast and a morning coffee. Free bike checks were organised by KD Cycles in Rockingham to help staff get bike ready for the WA Bike Month Challenge coming up in November. Cycling to work is promoted at the hospital to help ease the staff car parking areas and to improve awareness of the health benefits of cycling for fitness. Staff also used the event to network with fellow staff members and chat all things cycling including best routes to get to the hospital. If you would like more information contact the RkPG Healthier Workplace Committee rkpg.healthierworkplacecommittee@health.wa.gov.au

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David (Your Move)

Thanks Nadine, great initiative to encourage and recognise staff who cycle to work at the hospital and gear up for the Bike Month challenge. Thanks for your efforts.

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James (Your Move)

Nice work Nadine - If I had known about those yummie looking concoctions on offer I probably would have swung by too! I have linked your story to the "Hold a breakfast event" activity which gives you 40 points.

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